Primary Care of Central Florida
Primary Care of Central Florida has a team of physicians and nurse practitioners dedicated to providing the highest quality in care in Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living, Independent Living and in the comfort of a person’s home. Through our various managed care services, we provide cost effective specialized care in the Orlando and Central Florida area. From direct patient care for the chronically ill, to transitional care programs from hospital to home.
Our mission is to provide high quality healthcare to individuals in their places of residence in the Orlando and Central Florida community. Primary Care of Central Florida medical providers visit nursing homes, assisted living facilities, provide in-home appointments for home bound patients and provide hospice care. Our medical providers will order lab tests, xrays, EKG’s, and whatever “ancillary” services or procedures that may be required to fully evaluate any medical problem — and you almost never have to leave your home for these to be done! We also work with several home health care agencies and can help provide medical supplies, physical therapy, nursing, wound care and hospice care at home.
Primary Care of Central Florida providers are trained to work closely with Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients and their families. We believe in open communication with families and their loved one, which results in higher quality care for the senior. We have a passion and desire to work with Alzheimer’s or dementia clients. You can rest assured your loved one is with a trusted, well-qualified professional. You can contact us if you’d like more information about our Alzheimer’s services.
Mom was bed bound due to a stroke, diabetes, and COPD. Dad had recently passed away and she was living with us. We cared for her for four years at her house. Six times she was treated at home for pneumonia and congestive heart failure, three times for urinary tract infection. She still needed to be admitted three times to the hospital, but each time Primary Care was able to direct admit her to the hospital and bypass having to call 911 and go to the emergency room. Dr. Nuriel followed her care at the hospital, which really gave us peace of mind. Eventually Dr. Nuriel helped with the discharge and follow up care at home with proper nursing and physical therapy.Then when Mom began to decline, Primary Care helped bring hospice in to provide care at home for the last two weeks of her life. Without Primary Care, we would not have had this time with Mom at home. It just made things so much easier when everything was so tough.
Prior to becoming a patient of Dr. Nuriel’s and Primary Care Dad was in hospice and had multiple admissions due to pneumonia and a failure to thrive. Once Primary Care took over, he began receiving physical therapy and nursing care at home. Over the next two years Dad (who was living with us) was treated four times at home for pneumonia, dehydration and urinary tract infections. His treatment included blood work, IV antibiotics and IV fluids, which we thought would mean he’d have to be in a facility. Thankfully, we were able to keep him out of the hospital and at home with us instead. During his last illness he continued to decline and Dr. Nuriel discussed with us the option to have hospice care at home. Hospice was brought in and he was cared for at home for the last two weeks of his life. The nice thing was he did not have to be moved back and forth from the hospital or a nursing home. Dad had the comfort and quality of care to stay at home with us. We are so grateful for that.
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